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Klagenfurt is a lively attractive city, located in the Austrian region of Carinthia (Karnten). The city is well worth a visit because of its many parks and the Lake Worthersee. In addition to cultural attractions and activities available in Klagenfurt, this is a base to explore St. Veit, Hochosterwitz Castle, the Cathedral of Gurk and Magdelensberg, where you will find Austria's most extensive archaeological excavations of a Celto-roman settlement.

Located in the center of the Carinthian Lake District, Villach is a picturesque town, well-known for its cultural variety. The entire town is one big stage: street art and grand cultural events, marvelous festivals and enthusiastic artists. Take a walk through old streets and lanes and learn about the beauty and history of this charming town. Villach boasts a large number of sights of historical interest. The Heilige Kreuz church is among the most beautiful sacred Baroque-style buildings in Austria. Also, well worth a visit are: the Parkhotel and Parkcafe Villach that were built in 1910-11 and have been hosting major social events ever since.
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The under-the-radar region of Carinthia boasts hundreds of glistening lakes that scatter throughout a landscape marked by steep mountains and gouged valleys, most notably the Grossglockner, Austria`s largest mountain. The region provides many villages to be explored, the walled villages of Friasach and Gmund are a fantastic to discover, as is the impressive hilltop fortress in Hochosterwiz. Klagenfurt, Carinthia`s capital, is ideally located near Lake Wörthersee, one of Europe`s largest and warmest Alpine lakes.

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